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Ben Carson could see his name removed from Detroit high school, reports say.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – Ben Carson, in an interview with Fox News on the sidelines of the Conservative Political Action conference, warned on Thursday that the “morality of our society” in the abortion debate, rose again on the floors of state legislatures and of the Congress.
Speaking of Fox News, moments after addressing the conservative meeting, the secretary of Housing and Urban Development, said the Problem should be at the top, to take as the 2020 presidential election begins to take shape.
“I think it is a critical point because we are talking about the morality of our society,” Dr. Carson told Fox News.
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“We go off the deep end here, or are we still love, and compassionate people?”
Asked what he would say, Democrats, are elected to the blocking of a Republican bill that threatened jail time for doctors who don’t try, the rescuing of the life of the newborn alive during failed abortions, Carson said: “I would say, please stop and spend a little time to educate yourself about what constitutes life, and when the babies can feel-and if you respond to external stimulation.”
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“We’re talking about the morality in our society.’
— Ben Carson, HUD Secretary
Carson’s comments come after the Born-Alive abortion Survivors Protection Act stalled in the middle of the Democratic opposition in Congress. It would require that “any health care practitioner present” time of birth “exercise to preserve the same degree of skill, care and diligence, the life and health of the child would make as a reasonably diligent and conscientious doctor to any other child born alive at the same gestational age.”
The bill, which would exempt the mother from prosecution, would be required practitioners to “ensure that the child is born alive, immediately transported to a hospital.” It is a possible imprisonment of up to five years for violations, including penalties for first-degree murder that applied could be required
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All the Democratic 2020 presidential candidates in the Senate opposed the measure, including Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Kamala Harris, of California, and Cory Booker from New Jersey, Kirsten Gillibrand in New York, Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts.
Opponents called the bill unnecessary, to kill as it is already a crime, a newborn, and described it as an “attack” on the health of women.
In response, the President of Trump tweeted: “This will be remembered as one of the most shocking votes in the history of Congress.”
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The vote happened in the Wake of the New York easing of restrictions on late-term abortions, like several other States, including Illinois, are considering similar measures.